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THE MUSE 



tEhe gearboofe of the g>tuaentg of g>t. Jfflarp's School, 
a&aleigf), Jt. C. 




ST MARY'S SCHOOL LI 8H APT' 



"Volume X 1907=08. 

$ut)lisf)eb op the Senior Class. 



Mrs. E. W. Freeze. Jr. 

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W$t Heberenb George William Hap 

Jfifth Sector of S>t. jfflarp's 

in this first pear of his Rectorship, 

toith appreciation of his efforts for £§>t. illarp's anb 

best toisheS for his success in the future, 

the CbitorS affectionatelp bebicate 

this tenth bolume of 

Wot Jffluse 




Till'; KIOVEliKXl) (ilOUKGK WILLIAM LAY. 



" itlost potent, ajrabe anb rcbrrtnb Seigniors " 

&tje ^oaro of ZKrusiteeg 



Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Robt. Strange, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Ellison Capers, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Junius M. Horner Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Wm. Alexander Guerry Charleston, S. C. 

Clerical anb Hap trustees. 
jSortf) Carolina 

Rev. F. J. Murdoch, D.D., Salisbury. Db. R. H. Lewis, Raleigh. 

Rev. Julian E. Ingle, Henderson. Mr. W. A. Erwin, Durham. 

Rev. M. M. Marshall, D.D., Raleigh. Mr. Chas. E. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Mr. Rich. H. Battle, LL.D., Raleigh. Mr. David Y. Cooper, Henderson. 

Cast Carolina 

Rev. Robert B. Drane, D.D.. Edenton. Mr. Geo. C Royall, Goldsboro. 

Rev. A. P. Noe, Wilmington. Mr. Frank Wood, Edenton. 

:g>outf) Carolina 

Rev. W. P. Witsell, B.D., Columbia. Mr. H. P. Duvall, Cheraw. 

Rev. H. J. Mikell, B.D., Charleston. Mr. P. T. Hayxe, Greenville. 

astjetrille 

Rev. Walter Hughson, Waynesville. Col. T. F. Davidson, Asheville. 

Rev. McNeely DuBose, Morganton. Mr. F. A. Clinard, Hickory. 

Cxecutiue Committer. 

Rt. Rev. J. B. Cheshire, D.D., Chairman. 
Rev. F. J. Murdoch, D.D. Dr. R. H. Lewis. 

Mr. Chas. E. Johnson. Mr. W. A. Erwin. 

Mr. George C. Royall. 

£>rcrctnrti anb JEreasutcr. 
Dr. K. P. Battle, Jr. 



GTfje Jfacultp anb #tftcer£ of g>t. Jflarp'g 

1907=08 

Rev. George W. Lay Rector. 

Mrs. Edward E. Sheib Lady Principal. 

Ernest Cruikshank Secretary. 

JEfje atabemic department 

Rev. George W. Lav Bible, Ethics, and Greek. 

A.B., Yale, 1882; IS. I)., General Theological Seminary, 1885; Master in si. Paul's 
School. Concord, X. 11.. 18S8-1907. Rector of St. Mary's, 11MI7— 

Mrs. Edward E. Shew Psychology. 

Diploma, Teacher's College, Columbia University, N. V.: U.S.. Columbia University, 
X. Y. Lady Principal, SI. Mary's, llii)7— 

Miss Eleanor W. Thomas English and Literature. 

A.M., College for Women ( S. ('.,) 1000; graduate student, Columbia University, X. Y., 
1905. Instructor in St. Mary's, lff00-'04, I'mr,— 

Borne address: Columbia, S. C. 

William E. Stone History and German. 

A.B., Harvard, lss-2. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1903— 

Borne address: Raleigh. X. C. 

Ernest Cruikshank Latin. 

A.B., Washington College (Md.), lst>7 : A.M.. 1 stis : graduate student, Johns Hopkins, 
1900. Instructor in si. Mary's. Hid:! — Home address: Baltimore, Mil. 

Miss Ada B. Smith Mathematics. 

A.B., Randolph-Macon, 1904. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1906 — 

Homr address: Ravenswood, \V. Ya. 

Mli.E. E. de Joukekt La LoGE, r French. 

Brevet Superieure, Paris." Instructor in St. Mary's, l!ii>7 — 

Hi, mi address: Boston, Mass. 

Miss Ida J. Batdorff Biology and Domestic Science. 

Diploma., Teachers' College, Columbia University, X. V. Instructor in St. Mary's, 
1907 — Borne address: Wayne, Pa. 




MR. CKUIKSHANK. 



MISS SMITH. 




Miss DOWD 





MR. VINCENT. 




MISS SI'ANX. 




MRS. VINCENT. 



MISS FKNNKR. 



Miss Yanita Cribbs Expression and Physical Culture. 

Tuscaloosa College, University of Alabama. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1905 — 

Home address: Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Miss Scharlie E. Russell, .... Director of Preparatory Work. 
Graduate State Normal School, Natchitoches, La. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1907 — 

Home address: Natchitoches, La. 

Miss Mary E. Spann, . . . . Assistant in Preparatory School. 
Graduate Peabody Normal College. Assistant in St. Mary's, 1906 — 

Home address: Asheville, N. C. 

Miss Mabel A. Horsley Assistant in Preparatory School. 

Graduate Powell's School, Richmond, Va. Assistant in St. Mary's, 1907 — 

Miss Kate McKimmon, Primary School. 

Student and teacher at St. Mary's since 1801. Home address: Raleigh, N. C. 

Jtlusic department 

Almon W. Vincent, Director of Music, . . . Piano, Organ, Theory. 

Pupil of Emery, Lang, Whiting, Weidenbach, Jadassohn, and Ueinecke; graduate of 

Royal Conservatory, Leipzig; director, Mt. Allison Conservatory (Canada), 

National Park Seminary, Washington, D. C. Westminster College (Pa.), etc. 

Director of Music, St. Mary's, 1900 — Hume address: Lake Maranacook, Me. 

Miss Martha A. Dowd Piano, Elementary Theory. 

Graduate of St. Mary's: pupil of Kursteiner, Sophus Wiig, Albert Mack. Instructor 
in St. Mary's, 1880 — Home address: West Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Marie Agnes Vincent Vocal Culture. 

Student Cincinnati College of Music; pupil of Tecla Vigna, Lino Mattiolo, Eniilio 
Belari, and of Sbriglia, Paris. Teacher Mt. Allison Conservatory, National 
Park Seminary, etc. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1900 — 

Home Address: Luke Maranacook, Me. 

Miss LucilE Peck, Violin, Mandolin. Guitar, etc. 

Pupil of Carl Verith, Leventhal and Daniel Visanska. Instructor in St. Mary's, 
L907 — Home address: Norwich, Conn. 

Miss Hermine R. Scheper Piano. 

Graduate New England Conservatory ; private student, New York City. Teacher 
Converse College, Hamilton Institute, and Elizabeth College ( N. C. ) . Instructor 
in St. Mary's, 1907 — Home address: Beaufort, S. C. 

Miss Ida M. Vedder Piano. 

Graduate and post-graduate, Troy Conservatory, Berlin Conservatory. Pupil Eisen- 
berger, Berlin. Instructor in St. Mary's, 1907 — 

Home address: Waterford, N. Y. 



Srt ^Department 

Miss Clara I. Fenner, Director. . . . Drawing, Painting, Design, etc. 
Graduate Maryland Institute, School of Art and Design; special student, Pratt Insti- 
tute, Brooklyn; special Btudeni in Paris. Director "I Art, St. Mary's, isss-m;, 
and since 1902. Home address: Baltimore, Md. 



(Expression ^Department 
Miss Yanita Cribbs, Director 



Expression. 



University of Alabama. Instructor in St. Mary's, )'mk — 

Home address: Tuscaloosa, .1'". 



business, department 

Miss Lizzie H. Lee, Director, . Stenography, Typewriting, Bookkeeping. 

Heiul of the Business Department since 1896. 



Miss Juliet B. Sutton, 

Instructor in St. Mary's since 1898. 



Borne address: Raleigh, X, ('. 

Assistant. 
Home address: Raleigh, N. C. 



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Rev. Georoe W. Lav, 

Mrs. Edward E. Sheie. 
Miss Ida J. Batdorff, 
Mrs K. M. Turner, .' 
Miss Lola E. W ALTON, 
Dr. A. W. Knox, 

Mrs. Mary Iredell, . 

Ernest Cruikshank, 
Miss Lizzie H. Lee, . 
Miss Juliet B. Sutton", 



Sallie H. 1 
Minnie Le 
Julia L. McIntvre, 
Eva Rogerson, 



Battle, I 

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Rector 

. Lady Principal. 

. Supervising Matron. 

Housekeeper. 

Matron of the Infirmary. 

School Physician. 

Visitor. 

Business Manager. 

1 iookkeeper. 

Stenographer. 



Student Assistants. 




MISS WALTON. 



SIRS. TURNER. 



£>L jfflarp's; Alumnae gs&octtaton 



Organized: May, 18K2. 

©fiicers. 



Mils. MARY OUEDELL, Kalcigh. 
-Miis. M. T. LEA K, Durham. 
Mus. I. MoK. PITTENGER, Raleigh. 
Mils. F. P. TUCKER, Raleigh. 
..Mus. KATE dkR. ME A RES, Wilmington. 
.Miss KATE McKIMMON, St. Mary's 



President, 
Vice-PresidentSj 

Secretary -Treasurer, 



Rebuilding and enlarging St. Mary's Chapel. Completed, 1!»>4. 

Foundation Stnedes Memorial Scholarship. Established, 1303. 

Foundation .Mary Iredell Scholarship and Kale- McKimmon Scholarship. Undertaken, 1907 




Mas. Mary Iredell, 

PRESIDENT OF THE ALCMNAE ASSOCIATION. 





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Tunc-.: " Believe me, if all those endearing young charms 

St. Mary's! wherever thy daughters may be, 
They love thy high praises to sing; 

Ami tell of thy beauties of campus ami tree 
Around which sweet memories cling. 

They may wander afar, out of reach of thy name; 
Afar, out of sight of thy grove, 

But the thought of St. Mary's aye kindles a flame 
Of sweet recollections and love. 



Beloved St. Mary's! how great is our debt! . 

Thou hast cared for thy daughters full well; 
They can never thy happy instructions forget, 

Nor fail of thy virtues to tell. 
Generations to come may thy fair daughters still 

Fondly think on thy halls and thy grove 
And carry thy teachings— o'er woodland and hill— 

Of earnestness, wisdom, and love. 




MRS. LEONORA WALMSLLY SHEIB 

Lady Principal of St. Mary's 

and 

Honorary Member of the Class of 1908 



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ffihe Class of 1908 



COLORS:— Black and Gold. FEOWER: — Black-Eyed Susan. 

MOTTO:— Step by step we gain the height 



©fftterS anb jWembers 



ISABEL ATWELL HAXXA, . 
MARGUERITE VERTXER THOMPSON, 
MARGUERITE LeCROX, 
BERTHA BELO HOLMAN, . 
ELIZABETH TURNER WADDILL, 



i ident. 

I resident. 

Sei i etary. 
Treasurer. 
Poet. 



M— 3 



ISABEL ATWEUL HAXXA, 'I> M. 



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Baltimore, JUbhami. 




/ JUNIOR VKAR. 

Sigofiii Lambda Literary Society. 
Sw. ( 'atharine's Chapter. 

V,V ('nil, Club. 
Alt sk Club. 
!•'. C. K. ('. 



SEMOR YEAR. 

i lass President. 

freas. f>i£ma Lambda l.it:r;ir< s^: i: h 

Annual Mi se Board. 

.Mi se Club. 

si. Elizabeth's Chapter. 

Basketball Team. 

Tennis ( Ink 

Riding i tab. 

Olympian Athletic Association. 

Midnight Feasters. 



BERTHA -BELO HOLMAN, 



Raleigh, North Carolina, 




JUNIOR YEAR. 

E A IT Literary Society. 



SENIOR YEAR. 

\Z A n Literary Society. 
Treasurer Senior Class. 



MARGUKRITK LeCROX, * M, 



BALTIMORE. MARYLAND. 




JUNIOR YEAR. 

Vice-President of Class. 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society. 

Treasurer St. Catharine's Chapter. 

Captain Basketball Team. 

Ve Grab Club. 

Delta Club. 

F. C. K. C. 

Muse Club! 



KENIOK YEAR. 

Secretary of Class. 

St. Elizabeth's Chapter. 

Annual Muse Board. 

Muse Club. 

Delta Club. 

Basketball Team. 

President Atalanta Athletic Association. 

Riding ( lub. 

Miilniylit Feastei-9. 



MAROUKRTTE VE1ITNKR THOMPSON, * M, 



Baltimore, Maryland. 




JUNIOR YRAR. 

Sigma Lambda Literary Society. 

St. Catharine's Chapter. 

Tennis Club. 

Basketball Team. 

Dramatic Club. 

Ye Crab Club. 

Delta Club. 

F. C. F. C. 

.Muse Club. 



SENIOR YEAR. 

Vice-President of Class. 

Pres. Sigma Lambda Literary Society. 

Viee-Pres. St. Elizabeth's Chapter. 

Annual Muse Board. 

Muse Club. 

Tieasurer Atalanta Athletic Association. 

Dramatic Club. 

Delia Club. 

Tennis Club. 

Basketball Team. 

Riding Club. 

Midnight Feasters. 



ELIZABETH TURNTSE W'ADDILL, A K *, 



Cheraw, Socth Caholina. 




.Il'MUR YEAH. 

Class President. 

President St. Monica's Chapter. 

Vice-President E A n Society. 

Altar Guild. 

Sketch Club. 

Editor Monthly Muse. 

Muse Club. 

South Carolina Club. 

F. C. F. C. 



SENIOR YEAR. 
Class Poet. 

St. Catharine's Chapter. 
Monthly 1/iz.sp Board. 
Annual Mise Board. 
S. C. Club. 
E A n Literary Society. 




5^aj^-=-:_ 



Class; $oem 



Looking from Freshman Valley 

To Far-off Senior Mount, 
The way seemed long and hard and steep- 

The steps we could not count. 

But climbing slowly, " step by step 
We've gained the height at last," 

And now upon the upmost top 
We laugh at troubles past. 

And like the little black-eyed Sue, 

Our own. dear little flower, 
We'll hold our heads up bravely, 

Through sunshine or through shower. 




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Class! ^ropfjecp 



It was a lovely day in June, <ind the sky, of that blue which no adjective 
can describe, was dotted over w'th little white puffs of clouds. I, who had just 
come back from school, lav in the hammock, watching the clouds and wondering 
what the future of the class was destined to be. As I still watched and won- 
dered, one of the pretty clouds floated across the sky, pure white, with a glisten- 
ing white border. I looked at it with admiration, when, suddenly, it parted and 
something white fluttered down to me. It lighted on the edge of my hammock 
and I saw then that it was a fairy. She was a beautiful fairy, too, dressed in a 
robe with scalloped edges, made evidently of a lily-of-the-valley. and with the 
thinnest, softest white wings. Her voice when she spoke was low. but very 
clear, and I soon heard her saying these words : " Well, my dear, as I was 
riding across the sky in my cloud chariot. I noticed that you seemed to be in 
trouble, and I thought that perhaps I could help you." 

" Oh," I said, " I was only wondering what would become of my classmates 
and myself, and I don't suppose you could tell me that. Fairies can't prophesy, 
can they ? " 

" No, not generally." she answered. " but. as it happens. I can. You have 
heard of the great Merlin, of course? Well. I was one of his pupils, and in 
that way I learned a great deal about the art of prophesying. Xow, what is it 
you would like to know ? " 

" I'd like to know first about Bertha Holman." "Bertha Holman ? Let me 
see — " and she drew out a queer little roll from under one wing. It was covered 



with queer characters which looked like stems and petals of flowers. After 
consulting this, she said : " Bertha Holman will be a great singer. Her fame 
will be known the world over, and she will glory in her art until she meets her 
fate in the shape of a man. Then she will give up singing and settle down to the 
enjoyment of the pains and pleasures of married life." 

"And Isabel Hanna — what will she do?" "Isabel Hanna will become a 
famous authoress. She will be so devoted to her work that she will never find 
a man who can equal her heroes in her books, so she will remain single all her 
life." 

"What will become of Marguerite LeCron?" "Oh! Marguerite LeCron 
will teach French and German in a great college, and will be an authority on 
all matters connected with those two languages." "Will she marry?" "She 
will not marry until she has reached middle age, and then her choice will be a 
widower with six children." 

" Marguerite Thompson comes next. Can you tell me what her future will 
be?" " Marguerite Thompson will be a great belle and for several years she 
will enjoy society. Then she will decide to marry, but a sad. sad fate awaits 
her. Alas! on her wedding day, just as she is all arrayed for the ceremonv, a 
big, black beetle will pounce down upon her, and she will die of sheer fright." 

I could not help shedding a few tears at this dreadful prophecy, but as the 

fairy was still with me, I said: "And what is my destiny? " "Ah, yours is sad, 

too," she said in a serious tone. " You. my child, as the years pass by, will 

grow stouter and stouter, until, at the age of thirty-two, you will be hired 

to be the fat woman in Barnum's Circus. Thousands will come to see you 

and you will be world-renowned." This seemed to me the worst fate which 

could finally come to any one, and the fairy looked very sympathizing as she 

saw my distress. " Will I ever marry ? " I asked hesitatingly. " No," she said, 

and in the twinkling of an eye vanished from my sight. I looked for the little 

white cloud, but it had disappeared and I was left to muse over the strange 

things which had been revealed to me. 

E. T. W. 



Cije Certificate $uptte of 1907*08 




KATHARINE HENDERSON, * M 

AsHKVILI.E, N. C. 

English. 



1906-'07. 

Teller — A Literary Society. 

Altar Guild. 

Vice-President St. Etheldred&'s Chapter. 

Tennis Club. 

T. S. R. G. 

Muse Club. 



1907-'08. 

Secretary 2 A Literary Society. 

President Altar Guild. 

Business Manager Monthly Muse. 

Annual MUSE Hoard. 

Tennis Club. 

\Y. I. 

St. Etheldreda's Chapter. > 

" Hungry Eight." 



SARA PRINCE THOMAS, r B 2 

Charlotte, N. C. 
English. 

1906-'07. 

2 A Literary Society. 
St. Etheldreda's Chapter. 
E. T. Y. B. 
Altar Guild. 
Muse Club. 
Commencement Marshal. 

19O7-'08. 
Vice-President, 2 A Literary Society. 
President, St. Etheldreda's Chapter. 
G. G. G. 
E. L. H. 
Altar Guild. 
Annual Muse Board. 
Monthly Muse Board. 
Commencement Marshal. 





ELEANOR RANDOLPH WILSON, A K * 

Princeton, N. J. 
English. 

1906-'07. 

2 A Literary Society. 
St. Catharine's Chapter. 
Basketball Team. 
Dramatic Club. 
Sketch Club. 
F. C. F. C. 

L907-'08. 
Critic, 2 A Literary Society. 
Inter-society Debater. 
Monthly Muse Board. 
Annual Muse Board. 
Treasurer, St. Catharine's Chapter. 
Riding Club. 
Dramatic Club. 
President, Sketch Club. 
Tennis Club. 
W. I. 



Sunset 



The sun, slow sinking, seems to pause and think, 
Standing reluctant on the ocean's brink, 
As if that heart of light, my heart to spare. 
Would never close this day, but linger there. 

An opal brilliance lights the rushing tide, 
That bears thy towering sails, sun-glorified, 
While here ashore, pale shadows rise on me. 
And moaning night winds, restless to be free. 
With faintly rustling wings, bear hurrying by 
The myriad gasping echoes of a sigh. 
(O Love! thou angel strong as death, bend low, 
To keep my heart through its wide sea of woe.) 

The sun goes down, the night — it could not stay — 
Follows thy ship upon its sunset way. 
The light of all my day departs with thee. 
And I am left in darkness by the sea. 

M. 



Class of 1909 



COLORS:— White and green. 



FLOWER:— White Carnation. 



MOTTO:— Esse quani videri. 



8ALLIE HAYWOOD BATTLE. 
EVA ROGERSON, . 
JULIA LOUISE McINTYRE, 
MINNIE LEARY, . 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Treasurer. 
Secretary. 



Sallie Haywood Battle. 
Grace Deaton. 

Georgia Stanton Hales. 
Bertha Gladys Harris. 
Leata May Hartge, 



Minnie Leary. 

Julia Louise McIntyke. 
Eva Rooerson. 

Frankie Lenore Self. 
Ethel Wynne. 




THE CLASS OF 1910. 




Ctaa of 1910 



FLOWER:— Pansy. MOTTO:— En Avant. 

COLORS:— Purple and White. 



REBE HILL SHIELDS, 
ANNIE CAROLINE WOOD, . 
PAULA ELIZABETH HAZARD, 
IDA JEAN ROGERSON, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



Frances Bottum. 

Elizabeth McDonald Dixon. 
Lena Payne Everett. 

Cornelia Evelyn Fairley. 
Minnie Tamplet Hazard. 
Paula Elizabeth Hazard. 
Alice Leigh Hines. 

Sarah Vernon Holloway. 
Mary Crawford Jones. 



Nannie Davis Lee. 

Lucy Capehart Moore. 
Caroline Ashe Parker. 
Eloise Robinson. 
Ida Jean Rogerson. 
Ila Adele Rountree. 
Rebecca Hill Shields. 
Mary Campbell Shuford. 
Annie Caroline Wood. 



Miss Lee, Honorary Member. 




THE CLASS OF Hill. 




COLOR:— C4reen. 



Class of 19U 



MOTTO:— Step-by-Step. 



FLOWER :— Bitter-sweet. 



MARJORIE BROWN, President. 

PASSIE MAY OTTLEY. . Secretary. 



Bessie Arthur. 

Mattie Caroline Bailey. 

Mildred Borden. 

Marjorie Brown. 

Maud Bunn. 

Delamar Burbank. 

Mary Mitchell Chamberlain 

Julia Fisher Coke. 

Elva Crowell. 

Adele Davidson. 

Frances LeGrand Dockery. 

Dorothy Eldredoe. 

Lovina T. Eldredoe. 

Bessie Erwin. 



Glen Fairley. 

Martha Ferebee. 

Kate Hervey. 

Mary Barksdale Heyward. 

Helen Hunter. 

Margaret Johnson. 

Derryle Law. 

Norman Leland. 

Nell Lewis. 

Sallie Elsie Moore. 

Passie May Ottley. 

Margaret Pennington. 

Helen Blair Rawlings. 

Mks. Shetb, Honorary Member. 



Esther Rembert. 
Nora Belle Rosser. 
Pauline Roughton. 
Carolista Sandford. 
Irene Searle. 
Penelope Slade. 
Elizabeth Smith. 
Martha Byrd Spruill. 
Helen Wilmer Stone. 
Lily Taylor. 
Amelia Whitaker. 
Kate Williams. 
Lillian Yates. 
Lucia Yates. 




QTfje Jtemegg Class;, 1907=08 



Miss LEE, 



Director. 



Bonner, Mary Virginia 
Duvall, Ellen Kollock 
GtIbbs, Mary 

Grimsley. Annie Lyman 
Hauciiton, Matilda Bradford 
Little, Si'ma Boule 
McK i M mon , Ma roabet 
Parker. Caroline Ashe 



Peterson. Mary 
Rogers, Lizzie 
Smith, Irene Augusta 
Tankard, Mary 

Turner, Jennie Belle 
Pescud. Isabella Willis 
McGebee, Eliza S. 



Qftje Utterarp ^octeties ana tfje 3nter=g>ociEtp 

Bebaters 

The Sigma Lambda and the Epsilon Alpha I'i Literary Societies were organized 
in April, 1900, at the suggestion of Dr. Bratton, then Elector. 

In 1902 the first Inter-Soeiety Debate was held, and since then they have been held 

annually. 

1902. 

"Resolved, That poetry has done more for the development of man than prose." 

aS iff ma Lambda : Kate deR, Meares, '03 : -Mary Henderson, '03 ; and Lucy Taylor 

Redwood, '04, Negative, 
defeated Epsilon Alpha I'i: Jennie Trapier, '03; Anne Citl'ord, '04; and Marv Bpruill 
Weeks, '02. 

1903. 

" Resolved, That man lias done more for the world than woman." 

Sigma Lambda: Mary Henderson, '03; and Kate deR. Meares, 'o:J. Affirmative, 
defeated Epsilon Alpha I'i: Anne Gifford, '0-1; and Helen Davies. 

1904. 

" Resolved, That the victory of Japan would be more advantageous to the world than that 
of Russia." 

Epsilon Alpha I'i: Cornelia Coleman, '04: and Elmer George, Negative, 
defeated Sigma Lambda: Anna (lark, '05; and Marjorie Hughson, '04. 

1905. 

" Resolved) That the indiscriminate education of all classes is productive neither of discon- 
tent nor of evil to the individual or society." 

Sigma Lambda: Anna (.'lark, '05; and Ellen Gibson, "05, Negative, 
defeated Epsilon Alpha i'i: Elmer George and Rena Clark, '05. 

1900. 

"Resolved, That the enormous growth of the modern novel is a disadvantage to education." 
Epsilon Alpha I'i: Frances K. Woolf, '06; and Lillian Fanner, '07, Negative, 
defeated Sigma Lambda: Jane Iredell Green, "oil; and Margaret Maekay, 'Oti. 

1907. 

"Resolved, That (he higher education of women is productive of happier homes." 
Sigma Lambda: Serena C. Bailey and Helen Strange. Negative. 

defeated Epsilon Alpha I'i: Lillian Farmer, '07, and Louis Hill, 07. Affirmative. 

1908. 

" Resolved, That Koberi K. Lee did more t'.n the Confederacy than Jefferson Davis.'* 
Epsilon Alpha I'i: Julia Louise Melntyre, '09, and Ellen EC. Du vail, Negative, 
defeated Sigma Lambda: Eleanor K. Wilson and Mary Shuford, TO. 




THE INTER SOCIETY DEBATERS. 



Eleanor R. Wilson. 
Julia L. McIntyre. 



Mary C. Shujford. 
Ellen K. Duvall. 



^>tgma Hamttoa Utterarp &otizty 



FLOWER:— Yellow Je 



COLORS:— Purple and Gray. 



MOTTO:— Lit with the sun. 



©fKicersi, 1907=08 



MARGUERITE VERTNER THOMPSON 
SADIE PRINCE THOMAS, . 
MARY KATHARINE HENDERSON 
ISABEL ATWELL HANNA, . 
LULA TUCKER TALIAFERRO. . 
ELEANOR RANDOLPH WILSON, 
META CANTEY BOYK1N, . 
MARGARET ROSALIE WILLIAMS, I" 
ELIZABETH SMITH, , 

MILDRED BORDEN, Chief, i 
SADIE P. THOMAS, 
MARGA R ET WILLIAMS. 
LULA TALIAFERRO, 



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Bessie Arthur. 

Florence Beckwith. 
Coatsie Benedict. 

Mildred Borden. 
Meta Boykin. 

Sarah Boykin. 
Frances Bryan Broadfoot. 

Mah.iohie Brown. 
Maud Bunk. 

Delamar Burbank. 
Emilie Campbell. 

Hallie Garrison. 
Adele Davidson. 

Bessie Dixon. 
Frances Dockehy. 

Janie DuBose. 
Dorothy Eldredge. 

Lovina Eldredge. 
Lena Everett. 

Glen Fairley. 
Katharine Fairley. 

Martha Ferebee. 
Martha Francis. 

.Josephine Gilmer. 



gctibe ffltmberst, 1907=08 

Carmalt Grimes. 

Mary Gladstone. 
Georgia Hales. 

Marguerite Halbin. 
Isabel Hanna. 

Wilhelmina Harlow. 
Leata Hartge. 

Katharine Henderson. 
Kate Hervey. 

Alice Hines. 
Helen Hunter. 

Mary' Jones. 
Nell Kintner. 

Marguerite LeCron. 
Minnie Leary. 

Elsie Moore. 
Ruth Mardre. 

Louise Moore. 
Eliza Morton. 

Passie May Ottley. 
Annie Ihrie Pou. 

Blair Rawlings. 
Esther Rembert. 

Eloise Robinson. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Cor. Secretary. 

Critic. 

Historian. 

Tellers. 



Commencement 

Marshals. 



Nora Belle Rosser. 

Irene Searle. 
Rebe Shields. 

Jan ie Sims. 
Elizabeth Smith. 

Irene Smith. 
Martha Byrd Spruill. 

Penelope Slade. 
Carolista Sandford. 

Margaret Stedman. 
Mary Shuford. 

Jane Stillman. 
Lula Taliaferro. 

Lily Taylor. 
Sadie Thomas. 

Marguerite Thompson. 
Jennie Belle Turner. 

Sophie Waiters. 
Margaret Williams. 

Eleanor Wilson. 
Eugenia Woodruff. 

Lucia Yates. 
Lillian Yates. 



Miss Dowd. 

Miss Fenner. 
Mlle. LaLoge. 

Miss Smith. 



l>onorarj> Jflemberg, 1907=08 



Miss Spann. 
Mr. Stone. 

Miss Sutton. 



Miss Thomas. 

Mrs. Turner. 
Mr. Vincent. 

Mrs. Vincent. 



ftlje Cpsitlon gUpfm $t Utterarp g>octetp 

FLOWER:— Wild Rose. COLORS:— Old Rose and 

MOTTO: — Where high thoughts are duty. 



<BUim$, 1907=08 



SALLIE HAYWOOD BATTLE, 
JULIA LOUISE McINTYRE, 
ELLEN KOLLOCK DUVALL, 
EVA ROGERSON, . 
PAULA ELIZABETH HAZARD, 
FRANKIE LEXORE SELF, . 
INEZ FRAZER, 
IDA JEAN ROGERSON, 
ANNIE CAROLINE WOOD, 
EVA ROGERSON, 
CAROLINE ASHE PARKER, 
ANNIE LYMAN GRIMSLEY, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Rec. Secretary. 

Cor. Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Critic. 

Historian. 

Tellers. 

Commencement 
Marshals. 



Elizabeth Battle, '12. 
S. H. Battle, 'OS. 

Frances Bottum, '10. 
Mary Bourne, '12. 
Lee Brown. 

Nannie Campbell. 
Constance Cavell, '12. 
Augusta Divine. 
Bessie Erwin. 
Margaret Erwin, '12. 
Cornie Fairley. 
Inez Frazer. 

Vernon Fountain. 
Julia McIntyre, '09. 
Ruth Newbold. 
Kathryn Overman. 
Mary Owen. 

Caroline Parker. 
Janie Patrick. 

Margaret Pennington, '11. 
Virginia Prettyman, '12. 
Helen Quinerly. 
Eva Rogerson, '00. 
Ida Rogerson, '10. 
Pauline Roughton. 
Ila Rountree, '10 



Lyman Grimsley. 
Gladys Harris, '09. 
Marie Hardin, '12. 
Minnie Hazard. '10. 
Paula Hazard, '10. 
Nellie Hendricks. 
Bertha Holman, 'OS. 
Mary Kipps. 
Nannie Lee, '10. 
Norman Leland. 
Nell Lewis, '11. 
Frances Loomis. 
Laura Meares, '10. 
Frankie Self, '09. 
Grace Snow. 

Wilmer Stone, '11. 
Beatrice Sumter. 

Marjorie Terrell, '10. 
Grace Ward. 
Carile Weaver. 
Mary Wells. 
Kate Williams. 
Emma Williams. 
Annie Wood, '10. 
Rebecca Wood, '11. 
Ethel Wynne, '09. 



Miss Lee. 

Miss McKimmon. 
Miss Walton. 

Miss Cribbs. 



?|onorarp jfHembersf 

Mr. Lay. 

Mrs. Sheib. 
Miss Batdorff. 

Miss Russell. 



Miss Horsley. 

Miss Scheper. 
Miss Vedder. 

Miss Peck. 




THE ELIZA BATTLE PITOIAX .MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM. 
' In this building a mother's love commemorates a (laughter's virtue.' 








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ALPHA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA PSI, 1907-'08. 



glpfca Happa $£i 

Founded and Chartered at St. Mary's, 1900. 
Nationalized 1904. 

ALPHA CHAPTER— St. Mary's, Raleigh, N. C. 

BETA CHAPTER— Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va. 

TAU CHAPTER— Fail-mount School, Monteagle, Tenn. 
DELTA CHAPTER— Wesleyan, Macon, Ga. 

ETA CHAPTER— Woman's College, Tallahassee, Fla. 



aipfja Chapter 



COLORS: — Blue and Gold. 



FLOWER :— Forget-me-not. 



i£>oror in Jfacultate 

Eleanor Walter Thomas. 



ifeorores in Scabemia 



Bessie Wilson Arthur. 
Meta Cantey Boykin. 
Mary Delamar Burbank. 
Jane Porcher DuBose. 

Lovina Theodora Eldredge. 
Dorothy Eldredge. 



Marguerite Halbin. 
Helen Wilcox Hunter. 
Nellie Best Kintner. 

Esther Goudine Rembert. 
Elizabeth Turner Waddill. 
Eleanor Randolph Wilson. 



Annie Wilson Howe, 



IbororeS in SJrue 

Margaret Gray- Stedman. 



Amelia Whitaker. 



<§amma peta H>tgma 




fTtrfTOS 




&amma peta g>igma 



FLOWER:— Violet. 



Founded 1901. 



aiptja Chapter 



ibororefi in Jfacultate 



COLORS:— Purple and Gold. 



Lizzie Hinton Lee. Ida Mae Yeddek. 

Lucile Peck. 



H>ororeS in &cabemia 



Florence Marie Beck with. 
Elizabeth McDonald Dixon. 
Matilda Bradford Haughton. 
Minnie Leary. 

Nell Battle Lewis. 
Pattie LoursE Moore. 
Eloise Robinson. 
Eva Rogerson. 



Ida Jean Rogerson. 
Mary Campbell Shuford. 
Jane Hildebrand Stillman. 
Sarah Prince Thomas. 
Grace Martin Ward. 

Margaret Robinson Williams. 
Annie Caroline Wood. 



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C.HOOL LIBRARY 



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PHI DELTA CHAPTER OF KAPPA DELTA, 1907- 



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Founded 1S92. Chartered 1902. 

i\olI of Cljaptrrs 

ALPHA State Normal College, Farmville, Va. 

GAMMA Hollina Institute, Hollins, Va. 

DELTA College for Women, Columbia, S. C. 

ZETA , University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

THETA Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, 

IOTA Caldwell College, Danville, Ky. 

LAMBDA Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. 

PHI PSI Fairmont Seminary, Washington, D. C. 

SIGMA Gunston Hall, Washington, D. C. 

PHI DELTA St. Mary's School, Raleigh, N. C. 

EHO OMEGA PHI Judson College, Marion, Ala. 

KAPPA ALPHA Florida College for Women, Tallahassee, Fla. 

OMICRON Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, 111. 

&oror in Jfacultate 

Miss Yanita Cktbbs. 

S>orores in Srabemia 

Mildred Borden. 

Frances Bryan Broadfoot. 
Marjorie Brown. 

Bessie Smedes Erwin. 
Martha Ferebee. 

Martha Dent Francis. 

Annie Lyman Grimsley. 
Mary Crawford Jones. 
Passie May Ottley. 

Nora Belle Eosser. 

Elizabeth Woodard Smith. 
Martha Byrd Sprtjill. 

Lula Tucker Taliaferro. 
Mary Alice Wells. 



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UPSILOX DELTA CHAPTEK OF PHI MU, ll)07-'08. 



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Founded at Wesleyan College, 1S52. 

a&oll of Chapters 

ALPHA Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga. 

BETA Hollins Institute, Hollins, Va. 

GAMMA Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

DELTA Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans, La. 

UPSILON DELTA St, Mary's, Raleigh, N. C. 

ZETA Chevy Chase College, Chevy Chase. Md. 

ETA Hardin College, Mexico, Mo. 

THETA Belmont College. Nashville, Tenn. 

XI KAPPA Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas. 

KAPPA University of Tennessee. 

&oll of Alumnae Chapters. 

Macon, Ga. Fort Valley, Ga. 

Columbus, Ga. Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Augusta, Ga. Montezuma, Ga. 
Valdosta, Ga. 

^Hpgilon ©elta Ctjapter 
ifeorores in Jfacultate 

Miss Martha A. Dowd. 
Miss Kate McKimmon. 
Mrs. Edward E. Siieib. 

^ororts in Sicabemia 

Hallie Jordan Garrison. 
Helen Blair Daniel. 

Frances LeGrand Dockery. 
Lena Payne Everett. 

Isabel Atwell Hanna. 

Mary Katharine Henderson. 
Marguerite LeCron. 

Cauolista Cabell Sandford. 
Lily Taylor. 

Marglterite Vertner Thompson. 
Eugenia Woodruff. 



& g>feetcf) 

"A boat is nn the waves, 
So lifjlii — sn light und free." 

Glorying in the strength of (Ik- wind as it swept from the sea, the girl 
called. " Come on, W'oolf." and ran a race with the big dog through the tall 
swaying grass until she came to the top of the shell-strewn beach where it 
sloped to the lapping waves below. The dog bounded on ahead, then hack again, 
and voiced his delight in short, quick barks, but the girl stopped here. Hung back 
her head, and stood at bay against the wind, letting it swoop upon her and whip 
her skirts around her in the effort to force her back defeated, while she laughed 
aloud for the very ecstasy of the conflict. It was one of those inspiring autumn 
days that make you want to run and shout for the very joy of being alive — one 
of those windy, sweeping days that make you draw deep breaths and feel in 
your heart that life is good to live simply to see the glory of the sun on the 
water and to hear the voice of the sea calling to you. 

Below the two " The Nancy " seemed to have caught the same spirit, for she 
tugged and pulled at her anchor, spreading her sails like wings, as if filled with 
a consuming desire to fly out — out from the safe, serene harbor, from the gently- 
stirring waters of the bay — out to skim across the dancing, shimmering waves, 
to be alike buffeted and caressed by wind and storm — out to the freedom of sk\ 
and wind and wave — out to the gleaming, flashing splendor of the sea. 

" Oh, let her go," cried the girl, feeling the same desire in her veins and 
fancying that the boat was verily alive as it strove against the anchor. Then, 
as if in response, she saw the anchor come slowly up and, as she waved good-bye 
to the merry crowd on board, the sail-boat quivered one instant, as if not realizing 
her freedom, then she fled before the wind — outward toward the rim of the sky — 
toward the sea-gulls and the crests of fleecy clouds piled up against the blue. 
And standing silent, the girl watched her namesake until the white sails glinted 
in the sunlight far at sea. 

Mary C. Shvford. 




"THE OLDEST INHABITANT. 




&fje guxUtarp at g>t. jflarp'sf 



Roman's JSrantfj 



Miss FENNEB, President. 

Miss McKimmon, Secretary. 



Miss Sitton. Yice-Prt^ident. 
Miss Smith, Treasurer. 



Junior IBrancfj 



General Direetr 



Miss McKimmon. 



?t. Catharine's Cfjapter 

Miss 'I'ho.mas, Direct ress, 
Sam. ik Haywood Battle, President. 
(Jeoruia Kales, Secretary. 
Eleanor Wilson. Treasurer. 



M. €li5auctf/s Chapter 



Miss R.USSELL, Directress. 
Grace Martin Ward, President. 
Marguerite Thompson, Vice-President. 
Mary Shtjford, Secretary. 
Lyman Grimsley, Treasurer. 



H. ffflargaret'si Cfjapter 

Miss Cribbs, Directress. 
Inez Prazer, President. 
Ila Rountree, Secretary. 
] j ilv Taylor, Treasurer. 



£>t. Anne's Cfjapter 



Miss Si i kin. Directress 
REBECCA Shields. President. 
[bene smith, Vice-President. 
Jennie Belle Turner, Secretary. 
Mary Kipps, Treasurer, 



?t. jtlonica's Chapter 

Miss McKimmon, Directress. 
Martha Byrd Spiuill, President. 
Caroline Parker. Vice-President. 
Bessie Erwin, Secretary. 
Lena Everett, Treasure]'. 



^>t. etijclurcba'ss Chapter 

Miss Spanx, Directress. 
Sadie Thomas, President. 
Coatsie Benedict, Secretary. 
Jaxie DuBose. Treasurer. 




ftfce ^tltar #utlb 



Director, 

President, 

Treasurer, 



Miss MoKIMMON. 
KATHARINE HENDERSON. 
REBECCA SHIELDS. 



Sallie Haywood Battle. 
Mary Bourne. 

Frances Bkoadfoot. 
Hallie Garrison, 
estelle ecerton. 
LOVIXA Eldredce. 
Bessie Erwin. 
Cornelia Fairley. 
Katharine Fairley. 
Inez Frazeb. 
Lyman Grimsley. 
Georgia Hales. 
Minnie Hazard. 



Paula Hazard. 
Katharine Henderson. 
.Mary Jones. 
Minnie Leaky. 
Julia McIntyre. 
Caroline Parker. 
Eva Eogerson. 

Rebecca Shields. 
Irene Smith. 

Wilmer Stone. 

Lula Taliaferro. 
Sadie Thomas. 

Marc a ret Williams. 



&ulb Hang g>jme: &L Jttarp'g 

St. Mary's! oh, how sweet to us 

Thai old beloved name sounds; 
Dear memories come trooping back 

Of chapel, buildings, grounds. 

The girls we used to love so well, 

And others thai we knew — 
The parlor, school-room, staircase, hall, 

That were so dear t<> you. 

The teachers whom we owe so much, 

So dear to mem'ry still; 
The thoughts of them come back to us, 

Our grateful hearts to fill. 

The lessons that we tried to learn, 

Tin* games we used to play — 
All! would those happy days return 

Continually to stay. 

We hear the old familiar hymns. 

The organ's solemn peal, 
And all the < Ihapel services 

To-day seem just as real. 

The girls we used t" know are gone 

And others take t heir place ; 
Yes, it' to-day we should return 

We'd hardly know a Face. 

lint matter not how long the time. 

How far we have to mam; 
For aye we'll think with deepest love 

Of our St. Man's home. S. P. T. 



©Ipmptan &tf)lettc gtesoctatton 



President, 

Secret;! ry. 
Treasurer, 



META ('. BOYKIN. 
MARGARET Et. WILLIAMS. 
SALLIE HAYWOOD BATTLE, 



COLORS:— Dark Blue and While. 



Bessie W. Arthur. 
Mildred Borden. 
' Mary P. Bourne. 

Frances Broadfoot. 

DELAMAR BURBANK. 

Nannie Campbell. 
Constance CavelC. 
Adki.e Davidson. 
Bessie Dixon. 
Carmalt Grimes. 
Marguerite Halhin. 
Georgia Hales. 
Isabel Hanna. 
Marie Hardin, 

Matilda Haigiiton. 
Minnie Hazard. 
Katharine Henderson. 
Alice Hines. 
Eliza Morton. 

k ati! rvn over m a n . 
Margaret Pennington. 
Annie I. Pou. 
b.va rogerson. 
Ida Rogerson. 
Nora Relle Rosser. 
ila rountree. 
Irene Searle. 

Mary C. Shuford. 



Janie DuBose. 
Estelle Egerton. 

DOROTHY El.nREUGE. 
LOVINA Elgredge. 
Margaret Erwin. 
Glen Fairley. 
Martha Feiiehee. 
.Martha Francis. 
Josephine Gilmer. 
Helen Hunter. 
Mary g. Jones. 

Nellie IS. Kintneh. 
Derryle Law. 
Nell B. Lewis. 
Frances Loomis. 
Ruth Maudre. 
Laura Meares. 
Elsie Moore. 
Janie Sims. 

Elizabeth Smith. 
Wii.mer Stone. 
Li i, a Taliaferro. 
S.viiie Thomas. 

Emma K. Williams. 
Kate M. Williams. 
Nell WILSON. 
Annie C. Wood. 
Lucia Yates. 



<&lpmpian pasfeenjall Yearns! 




Forwards: B. Arthur 
I. Maxxa. 



Guards: M. ItoVKl.x. 

M. Williams. 



Centers: (i. Fairley. 
\. Lewis. 




Forwards: D. Eldredge. Guards: M. BOYKIN. 
L/Eldredge. A. Davidson. 



era: D. Law. 
L. Meares. 




©Ipmptan &rack &eam 



Bessie Arthttr. 
Mildred Borden. 
Meta Boykin. 

Adele Davidson. 
Elizabeth Dixon. 
Dorothy Eldredge. 

LOYl.NA ELDREDOE. 

Martha Francis. 
Lucia Yates. 



Nellie Kintner. 
Ruth Mardrb. 
i la rountree. 

MAIIY SlU'EORD. 

Elizabeth Smith. 
Emma Williams. 

Margaret Williams. 
Annie Wood. 




ti&lpmpian Gfcnnig' Club 



B 



Arthur. 

M. Borden. 
M. Boykin. 

N. Campbell. 
A. Davidson. 

B. Dixon. 
D. Eldredge. 

L. Eldredge. 
M. Erwin. 

G. Faihley. 
M. Francis. 

M. Halbin. 
G. Hai.es. 

I. Hanna. 
M. Hardin. 



H. Hunter. 

M. Jones. 
X. Kinther. 
. D. Law. 
R. Mardre. 

A. Pou. 

I. BOGERSON. 

N. B. BOSSER. 
I. BOUNTREE. 

I. Searle. 

M. Sl-IUFORD. 

E. Smith. 
M. Williams. 

N. Wilson. 
A. Wood. 



L. G. Yates. 



gtalmtta Alette gg&oriatton 



MARGUERITE LeCRON, 
HELEN BLAIR DANIEL, 



President. 

Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



Elizabeth Battle. 

C. Benedict. 
F. Bottom. 

M. Brown. 
L. M. Bonn. 

F. Dookeby. 
H. Garrison. 

H. B. Daniel. 
A. Divine. 

E. Campbell. 
E. Duvall. 

B. S. Eewin. 
P. Everett. 

G. Fairi.ey. 
K. FairEey. 

I. Frazer. 
M. Gladstone. 

A. L Grimsley. 
M, Hardin. 

M. Haughton. 



L. 



S. I''.. Hayes. 

P. Hazard. 
X, Hendricks. 

V. Holloway. 
m. Johnson. 

L. Justice. 
M. Kipps. 

M. Leary. 
M. LeCron. 

S. B. Little. 
J. McIntybe. 

E. AlOORE. 

M. Nelson. 

P. M. Ottley. 
C. Parker. 

K. Parker. 



V. Pkettymax. 

B. Rawlinos. 

E. 1! EM BERT. 

E. Robinson. 
P. Rouqhton. 

C. Sandford. 

F. Self. 

R. Shields. 
P. Slade. 
I. Smith. 

M. B. SPRIILL. 

P. B. Sumter. 
M. Tankard. 

L. Taylor. 
M. V. Thompson. 

.1. B. Turner. 

S. \\ ATTERS. 

M. Wells. 
R. Woo u. 
L. Yates. 



COLORS:— Blue and Gold. 




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C. Benedict. 

F. Bottum. 
H. Carrison. 

L. Everett. 

Fairley. 

I. Frazer. 

V. HOLLOWAY. 

M. JOHNSOX. 

M. KiPi's. 
M. Leary. 



P. L. Moore. 

H. B. Eawlings. 
E. Robinson. 

C. Saxbeord. 
R. Shields. 

I. Smith. 
M. B. Spruill. 

M. Thompson. 
M. Wells. 

L. Yates. 



gtalanta pas&etball Yearns 





M. LeCron (Capt.). Everett. Sandfokd. 

Robinson. M. Thompson. 



P.EN EDICT, 



K. Fairley. 




M-lo 




IMH SKETCH CLUB, inn? os. 




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Gtfje Metdj Club 



Miss FENNEE, . 
NELL WILSON, . 
ELOISE ROBINSON, 
INEZ FRAZEE, . 
MARGARET MANN, 



Critic. 

President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary-Treasurer. 
Mascot. 



COLORS:— Yellow and White. 



FLOWER:— Daisy. 



MOTTO:— Art is Powe 



Mak.iorie Brown. 
Helen Daniel. 
Inez Frazer. 
Marguerite Halbin. 
Annie Howe. 

Margaret Erwin. 
Marv Kipps. 
Elizabeth Lay. 
Nell Lewis. 

Pattie Lou Moore. 
Ruth Newbold. 



Marv Xorman. 

Passie May Ottley. 
Katharine Parker. 
Eloise Robinson. 
Annie Root. 

Henrietta Schwartz. 
Sophie Watters. 
Emma Williams. 
Kate Williams. 
Nell Wilson. 




THE DRAMATIC CLUB, 1907-'08, 




*****& 



Miss CR1BBS, 



Directress. 



Elizabeth Smith. 
Marjorie Brown. 

Esther Rembert. 

Carmalt Grimes. 

Eloise Robinson. 

Helen Blair Daniel. 

Eleanor Randolph Wilson. 

Marguerite Vertner Thompson. 



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®f)e &tbtng Club 



HELEN BLAIE DANIEL, 
PASSIE MAY QTfLEY, 



President. 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



Nell Wilson. 

Carousta Sandford. 

Marguerite Vertner Thompson. 
Marguerite LeCron. 
Isabel Hanna. 

Bessie Smedes Erwtx. 

Pauline Roughton*. 
Irene Searle. 

Marjorie Brown. 
elva c'rowell. 

Adele Davidson. 

Josephine Gilmer. 
Janie Patrick. 
Miss Spaxx, Chaperone. 



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Katharine IlKKXIERSOS, IJuwluci-i Mnnuner. 



EDITORIAL. 



The quiet Lenten season 
mnewccl effort in our work 
struggle for self-mastery. ? 
many of us really know ourse 




it lj it comes die thought of 
fof self-cxaitiination and the 
ivg to know ourselves. How 

Tire '< How often do we thinJv 



about ourselves, about our own faults and failings, instead of about 
other people's I This U the time for us to try to correct our own faults, 
and by so doing we can better help others to correct theirs. 



Thinking. 



and "<et on 



e we ever realized how Utile wo really drink 
t our lessons in a sort of mechanical way be 

think it is our duty. Wo translate our Latin, 
ik, whichever ii may lie, merely to get it into 
think about it wh en wo a re doing it, or do v 

or do wo MM l^k get them writb 



We do our work, 
se we ha 








THE "MUSE BOARD," 1907-6. 




THE MUSE CU'li. lliii: ns. 



Cfje 0iwt Club, 1907=08 



3C1)E fetubent ©rgamjarion in Charge of tfje g>tubent publications 



GEORGIA STANTON HALES, esc-offldo, 
FKANKIE LENORE SELF, . 



President. 
Secretary 



tEije Cbitonal Mall of the Jfflonrfjlp JHuSe, 1907-08 

GEORGIA STANTON HALES, Editor-in-Chief. 
KATHARINE HENDERSON, Business Manager. 

ELIZABETH TURNER WADDILL, Senior Editor. 

ELEANOR RANDOLPH WILSON, Literary Editor. . 
MINNIE LEARY. Literary Editor. 

SARA PRINCE THOMAS, Local Editor. 

ALICE LEIGH HINES, Local Editor. 
ANNIE CAROLINE WOOD, Local Editor. 
EVA ROGERSON, Associate Editor. 

SALLIE HAYWOOD BATTLE, Associate Editor. 

REBECCA HILL SHIELDS, Associate Editor. 

IDA JEAN ROGERSON, Assistant Business Manager. 

MARY CAMPBELL SHUFORD, Asst. Business Manager. 



Battle, S. H. 

Broadfoot, F. B. 
Brown, M. 

Btjnn, M. 
Caehison, H- 

Daniel, H. 
Deaton, G. 

Dixon, B. 

DUVALL, E. 

Everett, L. 
Feazer, I. 

Hales, G. 
Hanna, I. 

Harris, G. 
Hartge, L. 

Haughton, M. B. 
Hazard, M. 

Hazard, P. 



Henderson, K. 

Hikes, A. 
Jones, M. C. 

Kipps, M. 
Lee, N. 

Leary, M. 
LeCron, M. 

Lewis, N. 
McIntyre, J. 

Mardre, R. 
Newbold, R. 

Ottley, P. M. 
Pennington, M. 

Rawlings, B. 
Rembert, E. 

Robinson, E. 



Mr. Cruikshank, Director.- 



Rogerson, E. 

Eogerson, I. 
Roughton, P. 

Rountree, I. 
Self, F. 

Shields, R. 
Shuford, M. 

Smith, E. 
Stone, W. 

Taylor, L. 
Terrell. M. 

Thomas, S. 
Thompson, M. 

Wilson, N. 
Wynne, E. 

Wood, A. 




SOUTH CAROLINA ON TOP 




Ww g>outf) Carolina Club 



COLORS :— Blue and White. 



EMBLEM:— The Palmetto. 



MOTTO:— Dum spiro spero, 



META CANTEY BOYKIN, President, 
JULIA LOUISE MclNTYRE, Secretary, 
ELLEN KOLLOCK DUVALL, Treasurer, 



Boy kin. 
Mullins. 
Cher aw, 



Bessie Wilson Arthur, Union. 

Frances Ranney Bottum, Greenville. 
Hallje Jordan Garrison, Camden. 

Janie Porcher DuBose, Columbia. 
Dorothy Eldredge, Camden. 

Lovina Theodora Eldredge, Camden. 
Inez Eliza Frazer. Charleston. 

Minnie Tamplet Hazard. Georgetown, 



Paula Elizabeth Hazard, Georgetown. 

Virginia Selden Prettyman, Marion. 
Esther Goudine Rembert, Charleston. 

Pauline Beatrice Sumter, Sumter. 
Mary Alice Wells, Columbia. 

Kate Murchison Williams, Florence. 
Lillian Jones Yates, Camden. 

Lucia Gibbon Yates, Camden. 



Miss Eleanor Walter Thomas, Columbia. 
Miss Hermine R.. Soheper, Beaufort. 




QL\)t Camben Club 

ffltmbni 

Hallie J. Cakbison. 

Meta C. Boyki.w 

Lillian J. Yates. 

Lucia G. Yates. 

Dorothy Eldredge. 

LoviNA T. Eldredge. 



FLOWER.— Cherokee Rose. 

YELL: 
One, two, three, four, 
Three, two, one. four. 
Who in the world are we for? 
CAMDEN. 




Atlanta Club 



Nora Belle Rosser. 
Martha Francis. 



Passie May Ottley. 
Mar.iorie Brown. 



FLOWER:— Red Rose. 
MOTTO:— Scandal and High Life. 



Way jHarbfi in tfjc Saving of tije §?ear 

Sept. 20, 1H07 Advent- Term of Sixty-sixth Year opened. 

Oct. 16, Wednesday State. Fair Day. 

Oct. lit, Saturday \nnnal Sigma Lambda Reception. 

October 26, Saturday \imual Epsilon Alpha Pi Reception. 

October 31, Thursday. .' Hallowe'en Celebration. 

Nov. 1, Friday All Saints. Founders' Day. 

Nov. 8, Friday Lecture. Pint. Win. E. Dodd, of Randolph-Macon, on " Wash- 
ington and Marshall." 

Nov. !>, Saturday St. Anne's Chapter: " Tea of the Nations." 

Nov. Hi, Saturday St. Elizabeth's Chapter: "A Country Fair." 

Nov. 23, Saturday St. Catharine's Chapter: " Mrs. .(alley's Wax-works." 

Nov. 28, Thursday Thanksgiving Day. 

Dec. 14, Saturday St. Margaret's Chapter Bazaar: "A White Tea.*' 

Dec. IS, Wednesday Christmas Celebration. 

Dec. lit, Thursday, to dan. 2, 

Thursday Christmas Vacation. 

dan. 19, Saturday Inter-Society Celebration of Lee's Birthday. 

dan. 17-22 Mid-year Examinations. 

Feb. :i, Tuesday Artists' Recital. Mr. Walter Spry, Pianist. Baptist Univer- 
sity for Women. 

Feb. 13, Friday Mr. Wade R. Brown on " The Development of the Oratorio." 

Olivia Raney Hall. 

Feb. 22, Saturday Inter-Society Celebration of Washington's Birthday. 

Feb. 27, Thursday Public Pupils' Recital. 

Feb. 29, Saturday Mr. A. F. Bowen. "A Programme Magique." 

March 4 Ash Wednesday. Lent begins. 

March 4 to April 1!) Lent. 

April 12 Palm Sunday. Bishop's Visit for Confirmation in the morning. 

April 1!) Easter Day. 

April 20-21, Easter Monday and 

Tuesday Raleigh Music Festival. Academy of Music. 



April 28, Tuesday Voice Pupils in the Cantata "A Garden of Flowers." 

May 4, Monday Mr. Walter Howe in Dramatic Impersonation. 

May 5, Tuesday Mr. X. I*. Walker, of St. .John's College, Shanghai, on " Chi- 
nese Missions," at the evening service. 

May 6, Wednesday Diocesan Meeting of the Junior Auxiliary, in the Chapel. 

May 0-S Diocesan Council of North Carolina meets in Raleigh. 

May 7, Thursday Trinity College Glee Club and Orchestra. Matinee Concert 

in Auditorium. 

May H, Saturday St. Etheldreda's Chapter: " The Dress Rehearsal." 

May 16, Saturday. Annual Appearance of the Dramatic Club in " A Wager.*' 

May 22-26 Final Examinations. 

May 24-28 Commencement. 

May 24, Sunday— 

11 a. m Annual Sermon. Rev. Harris Mallinckrodt, of St. Peter's 

Chinch, Charlotte. 

May 25, Monday — '■ 

8:30 p. m Expression Recital. Miss Crihbs presents " Paradise and the 

Peri." 
4:30 p. m Annual Exhibit of the Art Department. 

May 26, Tuesday — 

2:30 p. m Class-day Exercises, in the Grove. 

4:00 p. m Annual Meeting of the Alumnse. in the Art Studio. 

8:30 p. m Rector's Reception, in the School Parlor. 

May 27, Wednesday — 

11:00 a. m Commencement Address. Hon. R. H. Rattle, LL.D., of Raleigh. 

4:30 p. m Vnnual Meeting of the Trustees, in the Library. 

8:30 p. m \nnual Concert of the Music Department, in the Auditorium. 

May 28, Thursday— 

10.30 a. m Graduating Exercises. 

('lass Exercises in the Auditorium. 
Final Exercises in the Chapel. 

May 20, Friday Summer Vacation begins. 



Wqt "g>tatts;ttc pictures" of 1908 




Jennie Belle Turner, 
'■ Most Popular." 




Marjorie Brown, 
- Prettiest." 




Meta Boykin, 
" Most Athletic. " 



I heard a little maiden crying 

In the darkened covered way; 
When I asked, "Tell me the reason," 

This is all she had to say — 

'This morning I was late at breakfast, 
Reported up by Mademoiselle: 
Went to school without my jacket — 
Marked,- — without a chance to tell. 

' Miss Smith said 1 passed notes persistent, 
Miss Horsley that I talked in class. 
I had to beg Miss Fenner's pardon — 
She's on the war-path, — poor me, alas! 

' Mr. Stone's sent to detention 

Three girls — me among the rest. 
I didn't know my music lesson 

(O, well, I guess Miss Peck knows best). 

'Two compositions for Miss Thomas — 
A test in that old Science D — 
I have to get before to-morrow, 
Besides a paper for History C. 

' I gave in ' talked ' in night assembly, 
Miss Russell said I kept the line. 
I had to talk on way to Chapel, 
I can't control this tongue of mine. 

1 I still owe money for my pictures. 

And everybody 'sits' on me; 

So now for all my misdemeanors 

Mrs. Sheib I've got to see." 

I left the little maiden crying, 

"My sympathies were nothing worth; 
For what more drops of bitter sorrow 

Could till the cup of sorrow on earth? 

S. P. T. 



Gflfje "Statistic pictures;" of 1908 




Katharine Henderson. 



" Most Sineeie." 
■' Most Courteous." 




Margaret William? 

" Best Dancer." 








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Nell Wilson. 
Most Intellectual.' 



Anna Coates Benedict. 
" Handsomest." 



JH &oto of poofeg from H>t. iHarp'g Htbrarp 

. »NI*i M, i 
"The Choir [nvisible." — L. Justice, M. Brwin, K. Fairley. 

•'The Conqueror." — C. Benedict. 

"The How of Orange Gibbon." — W. Daniel. 

" Sentimental Tommy.'" — Marguerite Thompson. 

"The Reckoning." — 7'fte Faculty. 

•'The Trace of Lost Persons."— Miss Russell. 

■•The First Violin." — At. Erurin. 

"A Pair of Blue Eyes."— £. Everett. 

"The Keturn of the Native." — hi. Waddill. 

"Ships That Pass in the Night. —"BUI Bailey." 

"Captains Courageous. — .1. and M.'s. 

" Many Inventions." — -I//'. Cruilashank. 

" We Two." — Miss bchepcr and juss ttorsley. 

"The Flower or France. — jlaaemoiselle. 

'"Annals ui a yuiet iseighborhood. — aixss Motion. 

'■ The Adventures oi Francois. — r . Loomvs. 

"A journey to Natuie. — i ue Botany i 'lass. 

"A iNoble Life." — M iss kipann. 

■■ Freckles." — J. liogerson. 

" It Is Never Too Late to Alend." — .N . Hendricks. 

"Lovey Mary.' — M. Wells. 

"Folly."— D. Late. 

" When the Sleeper Wakes." — t). Duvall. 

"The Test.' — Exams. 

"Getting Acquainted With the Trees." — Mr. hay and Mr. Stone. 

•' Much Ado About Nothing." — V. Houghton. 

■' As You Like It." — 0. Grimes. 

"The Art. of Happiness. — A . Henderson. 

" Madame How and Lady Why." — L. Taliaferro. 

"A Sunny Southerner." — Miss Cribbs. 

" An Old-fashioned Girl."—,/. Sims. 

" What Katy Did."— \ 

" What Katy Did at School."— I K. Porker. 

" What Katy Did Next." — J 

"Two Little Confederates."— Item brri and Wells. 

"Over the Teacups." — Misses I- inner. Smith, Cribbs, Sutton, Thomas. 

"Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow." — .1/. Borden. 

"Innocents Abroad." — Miss Fennel' anil Miss Thomas. 

"Tony the Hero." — Betsy Dixon. 



W\)t "grtattettc JictureS" of 1908 




Dorothy Eldredge. 
" Jolliest." 




Marguerite Thompson. 
" Most Coquettish." 




Derryle Law. 
" Greatest Chatterbox.' 




Frances Loomis 
" Wittiest." 




Esther Rembert. 

" Cutest. ' 
' Most Attractive." 




THE WALKING CLUB, 



m)t Walking Club 

Dell Burbank. 
Carolista Sandfobd. 
Passik May Ottley. 
Nora Belle Rosser. 
Coatsie Benedict. 
Josephine Gilmer. 
Derryle Law. 
Lillie Taylor. 
Marjorie Brown. 
Elizabeth Smith. 
Mildred Borden. 
Mary Wells 
Bessie Ervvin. 
Martha Byrd Spruill. 
Mary Jones. 
Jennie Belle Turner. 
Lyman Grimsley. 
Kathryn Overman. 
Martha Eebebee. 
Lula Taliaferro. 
Sadie Thomas. 
Martha Francis. 



Boss of the Ranch: — Annie Ihrie Pou. 
PASSWORD:— Ready! hep! MOTTO:— "Always walk." 




THE " REAL THING 



West 3&ocfe #lee Club 

MOTTO: — Distance lends disenchantment. 

PASSWORD:— Give us a time. 

COLORS: — Canary Yellow and Nightingale Blue. 

FLOWER:— Blue-bell. 

Honorary Member: Miss McKimmon. 



BESSIE ERWIN, 

MARGARET ERWIN, 
LENA EVERETT, 

CORNIE EAIELEY, 
GLEN FAIRLEY, 

KATHARINE FAIRLEY, 
WILHELMINA HARLOWE, 

LILA JUSTICE, 
MARY KIPPS 

SUMA LITTLE, 
LIZA MORTON, 

MARY NORMAN, . 
RUTH VERNON NEWBOLD, . 

CAROLINE PARKER, . 
BLAIR RAWLINGS, . 

MARTHA BYRD SPRUILL, 



Drummer-girl. 

Violinist and Alto. 
First Banjo. 

Accompanist. 
Alto. 

Second Soprano. 
Flute. 

First Soprano and Combist. 
Banjo. 

Cornet, 
Tenor and Second Combist. 

Bass Horn. 
First Soprano. 

Cornet. 
Banjo. 

Italian Harpist. 




Thk Recitation, 




Embarrassed hy r ii k APPLAUSE. 
'DUCKY." 




*B lltts. 



{Etotce &olb Eales; 



* Words are like leaves, and where they most abound, 
Much fruit of sense beneath is rarely found." — Derryle haa. 

'To err is human, to forgive divine." — Mr. Stone. 

' The man who blushes is not quite a brute." — A. Wood. 

' Wishing, of all employments, is the worst." — K. Overman. 

' And to his eye 
There was but one beloved face on earth, 
And that was shining on him." — "The Mashes." 

' Life's a jest, and all things show it. 
I thought so once, and now I know it." — Miss Katie's "Trio:' 

' So we'll go no more a roving 
So late into the night." — J. Turner and L). EUbredge. 

'The women pardoned all but her face." — Caroline Parker. 

' True ease in writing, comes from chance, 
As those move easiest who have learned to dance." — -1/. BHuford. 

"Be bolde, Be bolde, and everywhere Be boldc ! " — H. Daniel. 

" Eftsoones they heard a most melodious sound." — The Practice Rooms. 

" What though the field be lost ? 
All is not lost." — .1/. Ferebee and D. Btdredge. 

" I, thus neglecting worldly ends, all dedicated 
To closeness, and the bettering of my mind." — /•'. Bottuin. 

"Order is Heaven's first law." — Mrs. Sheib. 

" Pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw." — Kathryn Parker. 

" The humor of it." — C. Sandford. 

"Forever singing as. they shine, 
The hand that made us is divine." — M. Francis. 

" No sooner met, but they looked; no sooner looked but they loved; 
No sooner sighed, but they asked one another the reason." — .If. Boykin and M. Halbin. 



' Delays have dangerous ends." — Meal Time*. 

A thing desired by the enemy."— Detention Hall. 

'And force them, though it was. in spite 
Of nature, and their stars, to write," — Miss Thomas's Classes. 

'There is a pleasure in poetic pains, 
Which <»n!y poets know."— A'. 1. Xewbold. 

'How various his employments whom the world 
Calls idle: and who justly in return 
Esteems that busy world an idler, too.'"— .1/r. Cruikshank. 

' Wheie they do agree, their unanimity is wonderful," — The Debaters. 

'As he that has two strings to hi- how."— .1/. Boykin. 

'Let us do or die." — The \oeul Pupils. 

'Knowledge is power." — Miss Thomas. 

' And what's impossible can't be, 
And never, never comes to pass." — Exams. 

'As smooth as monumental alabaster." — 1/. Hazard. 

'Goud-night, good-night; parting is such sweet sorrow, 
That I shall say good-night 'till it he morrow." — 'J he Saturday Xight "tivitors" 

'Cruel as death, and hungry as the grave." — St. Mary's ttuts. 

" When to the sessions of sweet thought 
1 summon up i etueinlnaiu-e of things past." — Miss Spann. 

" Forced from their home, a melancholy train." — The Homesick. 

" Man wants but little here below, 
Nor wants that little long." — "Ducky." 

"With the smile that was childlike and bland." — E. Morion. 

'■ I have been a stranger in a strange land." — .1/. Owen. 

" The silent organ loudest chants 
The master's requiem." — E. Buttle. 

" Her statue tall—." — M. Harloiv. 

" Soft eyes looked love to eyes which spake again." — -1/. Thompson and H. Broad-foot. 

"I awoke one morning and found myself famous." — F. Loomis. 




Hungry Ctgfjt (<ate) 



Carolista Sandford, President. 

Lena Payne Everett, Vice-President. 

Lily Taylor, Secretary <>>>>! Treasurer. 
Helen Blair Daniel. 

Halui: Jordan Carrison. 

Meta Cantey Hoykix. 

Sarah Glen Fairley. 

Katharine Henderson. 




Z. M. €. 



MOTTO: — "We can live without books, but not. without cooks 

COLOR:— Olive-green and Watermelon Pink. 

AMBITION:— To eat anything we cook. 

FLOWER : — Wild Onion. 



Boll 



Mary Bourne. 
Bessie Erwin. 
Mary Wells. 



Tillik Hatjghton. 



Lily Taylor. 

Esther Remrert. 
Nell Lewis. 

Tiny Eldredge. 



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J I OTTO: 
While we are here let's |ive in clover, 
For when we're eaughl 't« ill ill I ver. 



COLORS: — Orange and Olive. 

YELL:. 

Sh ! Sh ! Sh ! 
Sh ! Sli ! Sh ! 
There's a teacher, 

There's a teacher 
Hide! Hide! Hide! 



PASSWORD.— Pickle. 

iflcmtierss 

f.. Gldredoe. 

C. Grimes. 

i. skarle. 

C. Benedict. 

D. Bubbank. 




OBJECT:— (lit up, ami Git. 

moil 

Before we start out on our beautiful stroll. 
We'll look on the permit and call the roll— 
Fii'si athletic "Old Met a " and* sweet Marguerite, 
Who i^ soon to be blessed with a most private retreat; 
Then Margaret, who's such a good dancer, you see. 
She's to furnish amusement out under the tree; 
Pattie Lou, " little boy," is a line little chap, 
And Minnie the very best kind of a '* shap "; 

Mary Bourne and Sadie are next in line, 

And we're all expecting to have a good time. 
The next one whose name of the permit spells, 
Our dearest of squealers, little old Mary Wells; 
Eloise and Lula bring up the rear, 
Now we're all off, let's give a cheer 
For 

G. G. G.'s. 




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FLOWER:— Celery. COLORS: — Orange and Olive. 

TIME OF MEETING:— When the Cat's Away. 

MOTTO:— " Run— there's the Cat." 

PASSWORD:— Sh! 




"Creatures" 



MOTTO:— "Eat, live, and be happy." 



Dinky Borden. 

Pinky Broadfoot. 

Pretty (?) Brown. 

Gloomy Gus Erwin. 



JIaky Crawfish Jones. 



Pass-me-not Ottley. 

Bally Bird Spruill. 
Jinks Smith. 

Dakdin Taliaferro. 
Talker Thomas. 




gltoaps 



After lighl we always yell, "Skip." 



MOTTO: 
Always stay where you don'1 belong. 



PASSWORD: 
A — 1 — \v — a — v — a 



COLORS : 

Turkej tied and Parrot Green. 



Koll 



Adele C. Davidson. 
Dorothy Eldredoe. 



Dekhyi.e k. Law. 
Jennie Belle Tubnek. 




W. 3. 



Beps Arthur. 

Meats Boykin. 
Hal C'arrison. 

Jane DuBose. 
Peggy Halbin. 

Kitty Henderson. 
Hel Hunter. 

Eleanor Kintner. 
Randy Wilson. 



MOTTO: — We eat what we can, and what we can't we eai 
COLORS:— Purple dotted sky blue pink. 




S. J. CLUB 



Her Royal Majesty, 
Lord Distributor of Smiles, 
Lord Distributor of Fun, 
Lord Distributor of Wit, 
Lord Distributor of Mirth, 



ft.* 



MARY PARKER BOURNE. 
NELLIE HENDRICKS. 
LAURA MAUD BUNN. 
CORNELIA FRANCIS LOOMIS. 
[RENE AUGUSTA SMITH. 



Jfyzv 3^opal Subject)* 



Virginia Prettyman: 
Penelope Slade: 
Rebecca Wood: 
Irene Smith .- 
Margaret Pennington : 
Elizabeth Battle: 

ESTELLE EGBRTOM : 

Janie Sims: 
Ruth Mardrk: 
Nellie Hendricks: 
Maud Bunn: 
Wilmer Stone: 
Beatrice Sumter : 
Katiiryn Parker : 
Mary Gladstone: 
Frances Loomis: 
Vernon Holloway: 
Frances Bottum: 
Rebe Shields : 
Margaret Haughton: 
Pauline Roughton ■ 

Honorary Memb 



' Now. girls." 

' 0, John." 

' Come in — " 

1 Honestly — " 

' 0, I'm so happy." 

'Good-night, Miss Sutton." 

' Vou know- — ■" 

' Thank you so much." 

1 That's perfectly all right." 

' Help us to get right." 

• Little David, play on your harp.' 

' Now, Nellie." 

' —eh ? " 

' That's very unnecessary.' 

' Yonder he is." 

' Now, see here." 

' I think so, too." 

' That's not my opinion." 

' Sho' 'nough 1 " 

' ( Ihild, we cut up. 

' Lawsy Massy." 

: Miss Sutton. 



MOTTO:— "Laugh, and the world laughs with you." 

PASSWORD:—" Keep smiling." 
TIME OF MEETING:— When no one's frowning. 
FLOWER: —Sun-flower. COLORS:— Brown and Yellow. 




MIDNIGHT FEASTERS. 



Jffltbmgfjt Jf easters; 

&oII of Membtrs 



Helen Blaik Daniel. 

Martha Dent Francis. 

Annie Lyman Grimsley. 

Isabel Atwell Hanna. 

Derryle Elizabeth Law. 

Marguerite Leslie LeCron. 
Nora Belle Rosser. 

Marguerite Vertner Thompson. 



&oll of Chapters 



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Monte Carlo. Roof. 

Back Steps. 



MOTTO:— Wanted: A Chaperone. 
PASSWORD:— Cheese It. 

RULE:— No Cats Allowed. 



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M §ou Unberstanfci 

There is silence in the Dining Hall for a full instant or more; 
The Rector gives a holiday and we vote it quite a " bore"; 
The Hall .Mothers are greatly pleased, each with her quiet lloor; 
Tho' I can't be sure it happened at St. Mary's. 

Every girl is at Assembly — theie is not a single late; 
E. A. P.'s and Sigma Lambdas quite agree on the debate; 
At " Meditation " fourteen girls forget to meditate: 
This hardly seems quite likely at St. Mary's. 

All arc " lestricted " for a week but bear not the slightest grudge; 
A whole bright afternoon slips by ami not a soul makes " fudge"; 
The cadet corps marches by to town, the girls don't even budge; 
You yourself can see this happen at St. Mary's. 

The band plays " Dixie " at the game and Miss Katie " hates the noise "; 
We beg to have a lecture and not let in any boys; 
Examination week's ahead and we count it in our joys; 

Does this " strike" you, then, as likely at St. Mary's! 

Not an A. and M. suitor comes to call, even tho' 'tis Saturday night: 
We escape an Evening Study Hall and fail to show delight; 
No one walks out in the Grove at du>k, though the L. D. said we might: 
Tho' you'd hardly call this usual at St. Mary's. 

West Rock Glee Club has a "silence-meet" instead of a serenade; 
Annie Ihrie's Walking Club goes to walk — as far as Dress Parade: 
The " G. G. G.'s " give a dainty " feed " of cake and marmalade; 
Twould he rash to say this happened at St. Mary's. 

King's "Little Store" 's reduced to selling only pickles and lemonade, 
The Rector's ban demolishes his large St. Mary's trade; 
But Miss Spann's Chapter raised a fund to give the poor man aid; 
It is barely possible this happened at St. Mary's. 

Not a bit of paper in the Grove, neither entire sheet nor torn; 
The " restricted " pose within the Grove as " Maidens All Forlorn "; 
The serenaders sing " Good-Night " for the seventh time that morn; 
A part of this might happen at St. Mary's. 

The Sketch Club does a work of art that makes Miss Fenner smile; 
The silence in Assembly can be heard almost a mile; 

There are other things that might be said — but it hardly seems worth while 
Fur why tell them? You, too, reader, know St. Mary's. 




Cbttortal Poard, 1908 

Marguerite LeCron. 

Isabel Atwell Hanna. 

Marguerite Vertner Thompson. 
Elizabeth Turner Waddill. 
Bertha Belo Holman. 

Ellen Kollock Duvall. 

Eleanor Randolph Wilson. 
Sara Prince Thomas. 

Katharine Henderson. 



We hope that this little book of ours 

Though without the wisdom of .sages, 

May bring the sweet mem'ries of " Auld Lang Syne ' 
To all who look over its pages. 

And now that the time has come for good-bye 
And our hearts are filled with sadness. 

The thought that perhaps we'll give pleasure to you 
Turns our sorrow to heartTelt gladness 



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